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Flowers

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Wisconsin, WI Florists

Find florist in Wisconsin state that deliver flowers for any occasion including Birthdays, Anniversaries, Funerals as well as Valentines Day and Mother's Day. Select a Wisconsin city below to find local flower shops contact information, address and more.

Wisconsin Cities

Wisconsin State Featured Florists

Bagin's Flowers & Gifts, Inc.

3723 N. 92Nd St
Milwaukee, WI 53222

Brenda's Enchanted Florist

1010 Fond Du Lac Ave Ste A
Kewaskum, WI 53040

Blossoms

220 S. Bohemia Dr
Denmark, WI 54208

Kenosha Floral

4015 80Th St Ste H
Kenosha, WI 53142

Christensen Florist

1210 Mansfield St
Chippewa Falls, WI 54729

Wisconsin Flowers News

Nov 28, 2018

2 Baltimore Teens Spread Joy By Delivering Flowers To Those In Need - CBS Baltimore

Levin said. Friday morning, the teens delivered flowers to Natalie Kranig at the Ronald McDonald House. Kranig is from Wisconsin, and she’s in Baltimore with her son Ethan, who’s receiving treatment at Johns Hopkins Hospital. “Ethan’s had many medical procedures, and I have to tell you, sometimes we have those dark days, and these flowers are wonderful,” Kranig said. “They cheered me up.” Abby and Lexi visit the Ronald McDonald House often. “All the families who are here and the moms who get the flowers, when they go back across the country and across the world, they’re telling everybody how wonderful the kids in Baltimore are,” Ronald McDonald House CEO Sandy Pagnotti said. “How warm and loving, so it’s not just about giving some flowers. It’s way beyond that.” The flowers delivered by Abby and Lexi are provided free of charge by Weis Markets. Follow @WJZ on Twitter and like WJZ-TV CBS Baltimore on Facebook ...

May 24, 2018

Baileys Harbor: Memorial Day marks the start of an exciting time

Ken and Georgia Beutler Special to USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin Published 10:28 p.m. UTC May 23, 2018 Well, it's been a very rough spring, especially weather-wise, but we've made it to Memorial Day weekend. Yes, there was still some snow hiding out at the beginning of the month but it is now long gone and has been replaced by beautiful blooming flowers. Memorial Day is the first of the major summer holidays. It's an exciting time in northern Door. Every shop, restaurant and seasonal business will be open and ready for the tourist season. The golf courses have finally opened and golf leagues have gotten underway.

May 24, 2018

Local blooms abound in Madison area

More Home & Lifestyle Spring may have taken its time getting to Wisconsin this year, but now that it has arrived, it's time to celebrate. And what better way to celebrate spring's arrival than with a commitment to bouquets of beautiful local flowers all season long? These six farms will give you your flower fix May through November.Mad Lizzie's Flower FarmKaty Ripp has held a lot of different jobs in her life - soldier, web designer, special education teacher's aide, banker - but the one that feels most natural and the one she's been falling in love with for the past three years is the role of flower farmer. Ripp developed a fondness for flowers with her husband Dale Ripp when they purchased their first home. The couple would take laps of their yard together evaluating the colors and textures of different blooms in different spaces. Katy and Dale are creating a beautiful partnership on their farm. Photo by Feathered Arrow Photography Katy and Dale are creating a beautiful partnership on their farm. A Craiglist posting for a beautiful rural property near Cross Plains ultimately led them to their decision to grow flowers for others. The husband-and-wife team now co-owns Mad Lizzie's Flower Farm, named after their daughter Madeline Elizabeth, who is named after Madeline Island in northern Wisconsin. Katy does the bulk of the arranging, desi...

Apr 6, 2018

Egg Harbor: Flower shopping, candy shopping offer cheer

Mary Anderson, Special to USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin Published 3:39 p.m. CT April 5, 2018 Updated 3:49 p.m. CT April 5, 2018Buy PhotoEgg Harbor columnist Mary Anderson on Nov. 6, 2017.(Photo: Tina M. Gohr/USA TODAY NETWORK-WISCONSIN)Buy PhotoJust about everywhere I went this week, I bought flowers, daffodils, tulips, carnations and lilies, a primrose, a rosary starter plant, a small cactus and cut flowers. They are so pretty and smell so good and cheered me.I took my semi-annual trip to a doctor I see in Green Bay and enjoyed stopping at Kaap's Old World Chocolates. When I first came up here in 1970, I went to the original Kaap's in downtown Green Bay, before Port Plaza Mall was there. It had old booths that I learned are now in the Gallagher’s Restaurant in De Pere.Bac...

Apr 6, 2018

What You Need to Know about Milwaukee's Newest Flower-powered Startup

Steven Dyme founded an innovative, flower-powered startup in 2012, while enrolled at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The idea was simple – he figured he could sell a few hundred floral bouquets to parents for a local high school graduation ceremony, donating half the money he made to charity and keeping the other half to cover some of his college costs. But soon families at other high schools caught wind of the project and wanted to buy bouquets too. Eventually, Dyme was able to turn his college side hustle into a fully fledged company, keeping charity a central component of its mission.Now the company, Flowers for Dreams, operates out of Chicago and Milwaukee and is slated to open a brick and mortar store in Walker’s Point in less than a month. In anticipation of the event, we sat down with marketing manager Lindsay Leinenkugel to ask her about the company and its charitable focus. How is Flowers for Dreams unlike a traditional florist?First and foremost, we give back 25 percent of profits to charity every month. And we’re actively putting on events with the charities and partnering with them. Flowers for Dreams is a modern company. It’s not your average florist ...